A number of measures are being considered as part of President Trump's promise of extreme vetting for foreign visitors that could possibly include forced disclosure of phone contacts, as well as the passwords of their social media accounts.
Apple is talking about its product roadmap in detail. Next year, Apple will release a successor to the Mac Pro, which has been largely unchanged since its release in 2013. A new standalone display will come in 2018 as well.
A federal judge is near a decision on whether Pokemon Go violated the law by sending players onto the private property of New Jersey, Florida, and Michigan residents. The rulings could set precedent for whether developers are on the hook for the behavior of their players.
Plus, Twitter is reportedly working to bring pay-TV into its app, Amazon is using Twitch to sell video games, and Aaron Sankin from Reveal News talks about a man that used Twitter bots to increase his reputation in political punditry.
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- Trump Administration Considers Far-Reaching Steps for ‘Extreme Vetting’
- New Bill Would Outlaw Warrantless Phone Searches At The Border
- Apple pushes the reset button on the Mac Pro
- ‘Pokémon Go’ Suit Makes Case for Virtual Trespassing
- Twitter targets tie-ups with pay-TV broadcasters in live video push
- You can now buy games directly from the Amazon-owned company mid-stream.
- How an army of Twitter bots almost created a major political pundit
- Square is in talks to buy the Yik Yak team